Definition of enclose:
lay in, set up, shut in, come in, restrain, hive away, chime in, inject, install, wrap up, hem, submit, put in, lock up, infix, innovate, free, intern, limit, break in, open, chisel in, present, stack away, insert, roll, draw in, circumscribe, inclose, bring out, salt away, tuck, hedge, detain, premise, set apart, besiege, mew, trammel, throttle, wall, bottle up, close in, pen, sneak in, moderate, wrap, immure, blockade, shut up, introduce, enwrap, acquaint, confine, bring in, conceal, enfold, embed, restrict, build in, usher in, stash away, envelop, barge in, interpose, wind, jail, picket, interject, twine, store, butt in, hold in, control, preface, slip in, coop, stick in, throw in, hold back, bound, implant, inaugurate, enter, liberate, curb, cut in, instal, check, precede.
- contain (part of speech: verb)
- enclose (part of speech: verb)
- encircle (part of speech: verb)
- "The Poetical Works of Edward Young, Volume 2", Edward Young.
- "The Firm of Girdlestone", Arthur Conan Doyle.
Their Churches were formerly built of Timber, but now they build them of Brick, very strong and handsome, and neatly adorned; and when any Church is gone to Decay, or removed to a more convenient Place, they enclose the old one with a Ditch.- "The Present State of Virginia", Hugh Jones.